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- ItemChannel Strip Fluorescent Fixtures
- Lamp TypeF32T8
- Lamp Quantity1
- Lamp Watts28
- Fixture TypeNarrow
- Fixture Wattage30
- Ballast TypeT8 Electronic
- Ambient Temp. Range0 to 104 Degrees F
- Suggested Lamp Item No.4XMJ4
- Description/Special FeaturesSupplies Medium Level Light
- MountingIndividual or Row
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- CE certified
- 120-277 Voltage range
- 50 Hz orv 50/60 Hz
A 48" Safety sleeve is available to to slide over the F32T8 lamp. Sleeves slip easily over fluorescent tubes to retain shattering glass and phosphors if tubes break, fall, or burst. A safety cap on each end of the sleeve assures a snug fit. Grainger item 1E522.
Grainger does not offer a lens-covered fixture that encloses a single F32T8 lamp in the size and shape of the 3XY81.
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